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Old 07-15-2015, 02:23 PM   #1
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Passes, or memberships (annual??)

that may enable me to stay at State Parks since they are more populated, and I do camp alone.

I have done the BLM camping, and it was ok until I found myself all alone after the 4th of July. I have a senior pass which knocks off half the cost of the site (love that) but I am wondering if I might purchase a membership that would allow me to camp for less.

Most State Parks are about 35 bucks a night which is too high for my fixed income. I so want to be out there though, meeting folks, enjoying starry nights If anyone knows what there might be that I could pay a lump sum, and hopefully not too high for me to pay, that might bring the price of the State camps down to my level.

Thank you much, Denise
Northern California camper, for the time being
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Check with the parks depts. of the states you'll be in. I'm not familiar with western states. In the eastern half some states offer discounts to seniors or for staying between Sun and Thur. Also you could try to search for some county and municipal parks.
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Thank you Milt, I actually went into the National Forest office here in Eureka, and have found yet another, beautiful campground where my senior pass will work as well. It is up near Willow Creek CA, and is called Boise Campground. It is for RVs as well as tents although no electric. Toilets, small creek, and two miles from decent grocery stores etc. Also, another campground, although not a National, allows folks to come in and use their showers. Just 2 miles away as well, closer to Willow Creek.

I will go there if I can get a reservation (may or may not need one, not sure) and from there, I will get a lead to my next C-ground from the forestry. They are so nice, and the ones that care for this area are with the Trinity Ranger District (530-629-2118. Also talked with Shasta district, and I may be considered for a camphost job

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